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Timeline created by Victoria Wu
  • Second genertation computer

    Second genertation computer
    In August 1963, the Control Data Corporation (CDC) Simon Cray (S. Cray), led his team to study on the CDC6600 supercomputer, CDC6600 still belongs to the second generation computer, with the installation of 350000 transistors.
  • IBM introduces its System/360

    IBM introduces its System/360
    On April 7, 1964. IBM introduces its system /360, the first of its computers to use interchangeable software and peripheral equipment
  • minicomputer

    minicomputer
    In 1965, Digital Equipment company's first successful minicomputer, the PDP-8 is introduced. The computer sold for $18000 and over 50000 are sold.
  • Magnavox Odyssey

    The first video game console called the Magnavox Odyssey is demonstrated May 24, 1972 and later released by Magnavox and sold for $100.00 USD.
  • Steve Wozniak designs the first Apple

    Steve Wozniak designs the first Apple
    Steve Wozniak designs the first Apple, the Apple I computer in 1976, later Wozniak and Steve Jobs co-found Apple Computers on April Fools day.
  • Apple introduces Apple DOS 3.1

    Apple introduces Apple DOS 3.1
    In June of 1978 Apple introduces Apple DOS 3.1, the first operating system for the Apple computers.
  • Hewlett Packard introduces its HP-85.

    Hewlett Packard introduces its HP-85.
    On January 3 in 1980 , Hewlett Packard introduces its HP-85. A microcomputer with 16kB of RAM and a 5-inch CRT display.
  • CES introduces several computers

    CES introduces several computers
    On January 4th in 1985 at CES, Atari introduces the Atari 130XE, 130ST, 260ST, 520ST, 65XE, 65XEM, and 65XEP computers.
  • first search engine Archie

    first search engine Archie
    The first search engine Archie, written by Alan Emtage, Bill Heelan, and Mike Parker at McGill University in Montreal Canada is released on September 10, 1990
  • World Wide Web is launched to the public

    World Wide Web is launched to the public
    The World Wide Web is launched to the public August 6, 1991. Tim Berners-Lee, a scientist at the European Partial Physics Laboratory (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland develops the Web as a research tool.
  • Microsystems announced JavaScript

    Microsystems announced JavaScript
    On September 20, 1995 AT&T splits into three separate publically traded companies: a systems and equipment company, a computer company, and a communications services company. The first computer network wiretap is authorized October 23, 1995 and leads later to the arrest of Julio Cesar Ardita.On December 4, 1995 Sun Microsystems announced JavaScript and first releases it in Netscape 2.0B3. In the same year they also introduced Java.
  • create the 80486 created the Nx586.

    create the 80486 created the Nx586.
    On January 16, 1996 AMD acquires NexGen, a company founded by Thampy Thomas who with the help of other former Intel employees that help create the 80486 created the Nx586.The CDA amendment to the U.S. 1996 Telecommunications Act that went into effect on February 8, 1996. The law was intended to protect children from obscenity on the Internet, but many Internet users argued that its language was too vague and it violated the rights of free speech. Protesters against the law turned their web page
  • President Bill Clinton makes the first ever Presidential webcast

    President Bill Clinton makes the first ever Presidential webcast
    On June 24, 2000 U.S. President Bill Clinton makes the first ever Presidential webcast among the announcements President Bill Clinton announces a new web site that will be able to search all government resources.
  • YouTube veideo uploaded

    YouTube veideo uploaded
    The first YouTube video entitled "Me at the zoo" is uploaded April 23, 2005 by Jawed Karim.
  • personal computer museum

    personal computer museum
    The Personal Computer Museum demonstrated on February 20, 2010 that old computers can still be useful even today when they created a program on a casette tape that allowed a Commodore VIC-20 to view and post on Twitter.
  • We chat comes out

    We chat comes out
  • shutting down MSN TV

    shutting down MSN TV
    On July 6, 2013 Microsoft announced that they are shutting down MSN TV and will be officially closing the service September 30, 2013.
  • Robots may replave servants

    Robots may replave servants
    The future generations might experience interactions with robots. Robots may replace servants. They may be employed for laborious, repetitive as well as life-risking tasks. Computer researchers also picture the advent of fully developed artificial intelligence in the world of computing.
  • easy to carry

    easy to carry
    The computer will be very easy to carry that the size will be very small like the iphone maybe, but it will have all fuctions that the computer have.
  • know what you want to do

    know what you want to do
    The computer can be change the color with your mood change. The computer can know what you want to do.
  • do not need battery

    do not need battery
    The computer do not need the battery, it can have the solar energy.